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    Anyone have any personal feedback/thoughts on this? Seen some videos of it in action and it sparked my interest from the first shots we saw of it at the ATA show not too long ago. Seen some videos that show how quickly it slows the string oscillation as well and they claim it gives your bow the full power stroke often picking up a little speed in the process.

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    From a pure Physics point of view, it's impossible that the brush will not affect the power stroke. The interference might be negligeable but there will be some regardless of their claims. As for vibration absortion and noise reduction, the principle is sound but I would like to see it in action. I wonder about wear and tear though, on either the string or the brush itself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Durandal View Post
    From a pure Physics point of view, it's impossible that the brush will not affect the power stroke. The interference might be negligeable but there will be some regardless of their claims. As for vibration absortion and noise reduction, the principle is sound but I would like to see it in action. I wonder about wear and tear though, on either the string or the brush itself.
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